The voice of the Yankees pairs with New Jersey native Don La Greca and multifaceted DJ Peter Rosenberg.
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Don kept his promise and led with the Nets-Blazers game, despite Brooklyn losing. Plus, a Last One Standing with special guest Ariel Helwani where Peter is the loser?
Following a win on Last One Standing, Ariel Helwani stuck around with Don and Peter to preview UFC 252.
Don and Peter discuss football a month away from the start of the regular season. Plus, Peter gives an impromptu list and Ryan Ruocco joins us for Last One Standing.
Following a noble loss in Last One Standing, Ryan Ruocco stuck around with Don and Peter to talk about the Yankees, Nets and Islanders.
As it turns out, Aaron Judge is hurt. So why did the Yankees avoid telling the truth regarding the injury? Plus, the top five fictional sports movie characters ever and 'Last One Standing' experiences more controversy.
How concerning are the injuries to Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton for the Yankees? Plus, will the Mets turn things around and could MLB turn to a bubble for the postseason? Mark Teixeira answered it all.
It's a 'Wingo Wednesday' and Trey stopped by to talk about his expectations for the NFL season and the odds of seeing fans at football games in 2020.
Former Islander and MSG Network analyst Butch Goring joined the show to preview Islanders-Capitals.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 have decided to postpone their Fall seasons. The guys break that down, talk Yankees and Mets and more.
Former Giant Howard Cross joined the show to discuss college football and what's safest for the student athletes.
Rangers president John Davidson joined the show to discuss winning the lottery, the team's early exit from the NHL bubble and what the future holds for Henrik Lundqvist.
The guys discuss whether or not college football should happen this fall, Marcus Stroman opting out, and have a very poor showing in Last One Standing.
Dan Orlovsky joined the show to discuss whether or not he thinks college football will happen in the Fall, what that could mean for the NFL, and more.
Buster Olney joins the guys to share some insight on his upcoming E60 profiling Pete Alonso. Plus, Buster's thoughts on 7 inning doubleheaders along with certain teams perhaps lacking in motivation this season.
On Friday's show, the guys discuss some of the Yankees starting pitching issues as well as their problem with the Phillies air horn. Plus, the Daily Don, Last One Standing, the latest with DeAndre Baker and more!
The guys discuss whether or not baseball should consider making 7-inning doubleheaders a more permanent thing. Plus, Don's top 5 surprise movie endings.
Mark Teixeira joins the guys to share his thoughts on 7-inning doubleheaders and how he would approach this unique season. Plus, any reason to worry about Gleyber, Gary or Alonso?
On Wednesday's show, the guys put a bow on the Rangers season and Don counts down the 5 most iconic NY jersey numbers. Plus, Jeff Passan gets into the ring for a very special "Last One Standing!"
Trey Wingo joins the guys talking about Eli Manning comparisons, whether or not the NFL will have a season, how Tiger will fair in the PGA Championship and much more!
The guys discuss Gerrit Cole's performance for the Yankees, Don counts down the top 5 sports siblings since the year 2000 and Chris Carlin guest stars in "Last One Standing." And oh yeah, a rant happened.
On Monday's show, the guys discuss the Mets' handling of the Cespdes saga; did they intentionally embarrass him or did they do exactly what they should've? Plus, the Rangers fall into and 0-2 hole and the Jets lose a another defensive star.
On Friday's show, we discuss the return of basketball, baseball's ongoing issues and Edwin Diaz's struggles. Plus, Don's top 5 guys who couldn't cut it in New York.
Mark Teixeira joins the guys and says that this MLB season is now pretty much an exhibition to get guys ready for the playoffs. Plus, his thoughts on 7-inning doubleheaders, Gary Sanchez's struggles, Joe Kelly's suspension and more.
Gary Bettman joins the guys to discuss the NHL's road back to playing amidst the pandemic. Plus, he describes the bubble environment and how players seem to be feeling pretty comfortable in it.
On Thursday's show, the guys discuss Tom Thibodeau's arrival in New York and what it means for the Knicks. Plus, the top 5 postgame coaching rants of all time and MLB flying by the seat of its pants.
Tom Thibodeau joins the guys to talk about landing his dream job of coaching the team he grew up rooting for. Plus, his take on what went wrong in Minnesota, how he feels about the 3 point shot, why the Knick job was appealing to him and more.
On Wednesday's show, the guys discuss Joe Kelly's attempt at retribution and what they think of his 8 game suspension. Plus, it's Geddy Lee's birthday which can obviously only mean one thing (hint: it's "Daily Don" related).
Trey Wingo joins the guys to weigh in on Joe Kelly's 8 game suspension. Plus, his thoughts on the challenges facing the NFL in their attempt at having a season.
The guys discuss the latest developments with regard to the Marlins and Major League Baseball. Plus, Don's top 5 NY-athlete-one-hit-wonders, why Michael is a "bad teammate" and what we make of Jeff Van Gundy not getting an interview with the Knicks.
Jeff Van Gundy joins the guys to heap praise upon the Knicks (inevitable) decision to go with Tom Thibodeau as their head coach. Plus, did the Knicks reach out to him him for an interview? And how does Jeff think this NBA season is going to go?
On Monday's show, we discuss MLB facing its nightmare scenario after just one weekend of play. Plus, Joe Douglas ships Jamal Adams out of town; was it the right move and could it possibly lead to JaDaveon Clowney?
Jets General Manager Joe Douglas talks with the guys about why the team decided to deal Jamal Adams, how long they had been working on it and whether or not Jamal's recent actions sped the process up.
Former Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum gives his verdict on the Jets decision to deal Jamal Adams to Seattle.
The guys discuss Gerrit Cole's Yankee debut, Jamal Adams' latest shots at the Jets and Don's top 5 comebacks-gone-wrong. Plus, Michael has some issues with the question distribution in "Last One Standing."
Mike Greenberg joins the guys to share his thoughts on the latest developments regarding Jamal Adams.
Baseball is back! The guys preview Yanks-Nats and discuss Juan Soto's positive COVID test. Plus, how damaging is Marcus Stroman's injury for the Mets? And what do we make of MLB's expanded postseason?
Mark Teixeira joins the guys to share his thoughts on the Yanks vs Nationals, Juan Soto's positive COVID test, changes to the playoff format and much more!
Keyshawn Johnson joins the guys to talk about his new morning show which debuts on 98.7 on August 17th. Plus, his thoughts on Sam Darnold and whether or not he thinks we'll be able to have a football season.
On Wednesday's show, the guys get ready for the return of baseball and discuss allegations being made against Woody Johnson. Plus, the top 5 Giants moments from their 2011 Super Bowl winning season.
Who is the biggest sports star in New York today? And are New York sports in a state of rubble or better than you think? Plus, Don goes up against Chris Canty in "Last One Standing" and we count down the top 5 players-turned-coaches in NFL history.
Don and Bart Scott discuss the weekend's games between the Yankees and Mets as well as the challenges that the NFL still has to face in getting back to football. Plus, Bart delivers an unprecedented moment in "Last One Standing" history.
Adam Schefter joins the guys to talk about the increased testing for players once camp starts as well as all of the challenges that face the NFL as they prepare to play in the midst of a pandemic.
David Cone joins the guys to share his thoughts on the Yankees-Mets games from over the weekend including what it was like being on the call under some unusual circumstances.
The guys wonder why the NFL isn't handling an investigation of Washington. Plus, the top 5 NY athletes age 25 and under.
Jay Williams calls into the show to question the way in which Peter treats the callers. Plus, Jay's thoughts on whether or not sports can work during the pandemic and what he made of Peter's "This is why Duke sucks" music video.
Buck Showalter joins the guys to share his outlook on the 2020 Yankees and weigh in on how teams will be effected by the absence of fans in stadiums.
USA Today columnist and former Washington football beat writer Christine Brennan joins the guys to talk about the toxic culture around the team and whether or not Daniel Snyder should be forced to sell.
Who would you most want to quarantine with: Michael, Don or Peter? Plus, Jon Sciambi joins for "Last One Standing" and Peter has a list that Michael doesn't really care for.
Mark Teixeira joins the guys to discuss what kind of season we're in for once baseball starts up next week. Plus, his thoughts on Gerrit Cole, which AL East team could challenge the Yankees, which member of the show he'd want to quarantine with and more!
The guys discuss the unsettling injury situation for Jacob deGrom. Plus, radio legend Bill Daughtry guest stars in "Last One Standing" and Michael lays out his top 5 fast food restaurants of all time.
Kenny Smith joins the guys talking about the NBA restart and whether or not the best teams pre-pandemic will still be the best teams now.
Yankees Manager Aaron Boone joins the guys to discuss the statuses of Aaron Judge, Masahiro Tanaka and Aroldis Chapman. Plus, Aaron talks about how the team has been dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic.
The guys discuss the Jets receiving corps and the debate between deGrom and Cole. Plus, Bob Wischusen makes a guest appearance in "Last One Standing" and Peter gives his top 5 QB performances in a Super Bowl.
On Monday's show, Mike Greenberg joins as a our special guest competitor in "Last One Standing." Plus, the guys discuss Daniel Snyder's decision to change the name and Michael lists his top 5 game-show hosts of all time.
Maybe the greatest Washington football player of all time, Darrell Green, joins the guys to share his thoughts on the team's name change.
Keith Olbermann joins the guys to take part in "Last One Standing" and share his thoughts on the return of sports. Plus, Le'Veon Bell talks about his role on the Jets and Don gives his top 5 bandwagon teams in the tri-state area.
Chael Sonnen joins the guys to share his thoughts on Usman-Masvidal. Plus, what he thinks it would be like to take part in a fight on "fight island."
The guys begin previewing the Yanks and Mets, Le'Veon Bell weighs in on his ESPN RB ranking, Alan Hahn joins for "Last One Standing" and the top 5 QB's not to play in a Super Bowl in the 2000's.
The "fun and awesome" player-owner negotiations are over... so Jeff Passan joins the guys for an actual preview of the upcoming baseball season.
Trey Wingo joins the guys talking about the return of sports, whether or not baseball should reduce the number of games in a season permanently, if we've see a "Jorge Masvidal" in another sport and much more.
The guys reflect on LeBron's "Decision," Don gives his top 5 athletes to leave NY in free agency and Brian O'Halloran (Dante from "Clerks") is our guest competitor in "Last One Standing."
Mike Greenberg joins the guys to share his thoughts on Desean Jackson, Sam Darnold, Patrick Mahomes and more.
The guys discuss Sam Darnold and whether or not the Jets need to start making some decisions on him. Plus, Dave Rothenberg brings his genius to "Last One Standing."
Jerome Bettis joins the guys to share his thoughts playing football through a pandemic, the declining dollars for running backs, his cameo on The Office and more.
Ariel Helwani joins the guys to preview what has become a somewhat unexpectedly massive weekend for UFC.
Patrick Mahomes signs a mega deal with the Chiefs, Don gives his top 5 worst team names in sports and a special guest takes part in "Last One Standing."
JP Finlay is a beat reporter for the Washington Redskins; he joins the guys to discuss the expected name change and just how complicated the issue really is.
Chris Carlin fills in for the guys offering his thoughts on Mike Trout and other MLB players hesitation to play this season, the Washington R-Words being pressured to change the name of the team and an installment of Beat the Fat Man.
Rich joins Chris to offer his thoughts on players of all professional sports being very cautious about participating in live sports this year and how he would council those players. How he is taking steps to educate his family to prepare/respond to the social injustices and protests going on in our nation and how he and the balance between finding normality and embracing new normality.
Will fans be back at baseball venues in 2020? Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner believes that it could be possible. Plus, Don has a Seinfeld-themed top five and more 'Last One Standing' as well!
ESPN NFL reporter Dianna Russini joined the show to tell everyone that she believes there will be an NFL season in 2020. Plus, a deep dive into her family.
Actor Hank Azaria and "Jim Brockmire" joined the show to discuss Brockmire, the current state of baseball, and Hank's interest in owning the Mets.
Michael is back, but feels unwanted. The guys discuss baseball's return, Don has a Canada-themed Top 5. Plus, the most controversial Last One Standing to date.
Trey Wingo, stopped by to talk about Cam Newton's addition to the Patriots, golf flatulence and Michael's importance on the show..
On Mike Tyson's birthday, Don lists his top 5 wins and Peter provides a "tale from Chevy Chase" on the time he met the champ. Plus, Don takes on a high school junior in "Last One Standing."
Buster Olney joins the guys to explain why he's so down on this baseball season actually happening.
The guys discuss Cam Newton signing with the Patriots and whether or not the NFL's latest punishment for New England was enough. Plus, "Last One Standing: Listener Edition."
Mike Reiss covers the Patriots for ESPN - he shares his thoughts on whether or not Cam is New England's definite starter and if their most recent punishment was strong enough.
Dan Orlovsky joins the guys to share his thoughts on New England signing Cam Newton. Plus, Dan's take on Jamal Adams using his coach as a reason for wanting out of New York.
Don Van Natta joins the guys to preview his upcoming behind scenes look at everything that went into LeBron's decision 10 years ago... "Backstory," this Sunday at 9pm.
The guys discuss how a 60-game season will be remembered by fans, Jamal Adams desire to get. Plus, Don's top-5 players to have never played in a championship
Joe Torre joins the guys to reminisce on the 2000 Subway Series including the Clemens-Piazza feud and George Steinbrenner's obsession with beating the Mets. Plus, Joe's thoughts on managing in a 60 game season.
On Thursday's show, the guys discuss the latest Jamal Adams developments. Plus, do you trust pro athletes to socially distance? And Don unveils his top 5 TV spin-offs.
Larry Brown has a very close relationship with the newest Knick exec, World Wide Wes. Larry joins to talk about why the hiring could be massive for the organization.
The guys discuss the details around baseball's expected return. Plus, Jamal Adams continues to try and push for a trade and Don counts down the top 5 champions in NY history.
The guys talk with Trey Wingo about some of the challenges facing sports in their hopes of returning.
Arthur Kaplan is a professor of ethics and health policy at NYU and has consulted with MLB players as they prepare to return. He explains why getting back to baseball will be nearly impossible from a health standpoint.
The Bubba Wallace story takes a turn that many may not have expected. Plus, Michael has an issue with Don's list... he also has an issue with a Last One Standing question... meanwhile, some listeners have an issue with his shirt.
Buster Olney joins the guys to discuss the animosity between MLB players and owners. Plus, is there a particular team that might actually be chomping at the bit for this 60 game season?
On Monday's show, we discuss the troubling developments over the weekend pertaining to Bubba Wallace. Plus, Dave Rothenberg finally makes an appearance in a memorable Last One Standing.
Dr. Anthony Fauci joins the show to discuss how sports can get up and running again. Plus, where we stand with a vaccine and how we can help slow the spread.
On Friday's show, the guys discuss Jamal Adams' contract dispute, COVID's impact on baseball's reopening, Don's 5 greatest local hockey goals and more.
Mike Tannenbaum joins the guys to discuss how the Jets should handle Jamal Adams' contract dispute and what they could possible get in return should they decide to deal him.
Which relationship is more strained right now: MLB players vs owners or Jamal Adams vs the Jets? Plus, Don's top 5 MLB defensive plays by New York teams.
The President of NYRA, David O'Rourke, joins the guys to discuss some of the changes to this Saturday's Belmont Stakes.
On Wednesday's show, the guys discuss the first bit good MLB news in months (and it's actually REALLY good news). Plus, a Don top 5 and a bonus Kay top 5!
Trey Wingo joins the guys to discuss Colin Kaepernick's future, whether or not the NFL will be able to have a season, Bryson DeChambeau's new look and much much more.
On Tuesday's show, Michael and Don debate Rob Manfred's role in the MLB negotiations. Plus, are we moving closer to an NFL-Colin Kaepernick reunion?
Yankees President Randy Levine joins the show to discuss the state of MLB's negotiations and make a plea for the league and the MLBPA to get in the same room.
Jeff Passan joins the guys to explain why Monday's events might actually be a positive for the league. Plus, just how responsible is Rob Manfred for all of what we've seen?
Is there a rift forming among NBA players? And has baseball found a new all-time low?
Stephen A. Smith joins and explains why he disagrees with players like Kyrie Irving and Dwight Howard in their stance that the NBA should not return.
Mark Teixeira joins the guys to share his perspective on the negotiations (if you even want to call them that) between the players and owners...
MLB players are laughing at the owners latest proposal and NBA players are expressing doubts over the league's bubble plan... good times. Plus, the top 5 players of the 1980's.
Are NBA players beginning to waver on the league's "Bubble Plan?" Taylor Rooks joins the show to discuss her report suggesting that could be case.
On Thursday's show, the guys discuss a possible bump in the road with the NBA's restart. Plus, Don's top 5 80's sitcoms and more controversy in "Last One Standing."
The guys discuss all of the sports that are preparing to return and the one glaring omission from that list. Plus, the top 5 coaches from the 1980's.
Trey Wingo joins the guys to discuss the ugliness of baseball's negotiations. Plus, of the sports that are returning, what is Trey most excited about?
On Tuesday's show, an angry caller finds a way to lecture the guys about not knowing their history while simultaneously admitting that he has no idea who Robert Moses is. Plus, Don's top five school-related movies from the '80's.
The guys discuss the rapidly deteriorating state of MLB's negotiations. Plus, Don's top 5 Giants of the 1980's and another controversial "Last One Standing."
Buster Olney joins the guys to discuss the spiraling state of MLB's negotiations and discuss when we enter the "11th hour" of this process (spoiler: it was 3 weeks ago).
Bao Nguyen is the director of ESPN's latest 30 for 30, "Be Water." He joins the guys to discuss the fascinating life and legacy of Bruce Lee.
On Friday's show, the guys discuss just how crazy the MLB players/owners fight really is. Plus, Michael has not one but two lists, both of which seem to horrify everyone.
Michael says that a 50 game season is better than nothing... Chris Carlin disagrees... he joins to defend his take.
Joel Sherman joins the guys to discuss the disappointing state of MLB's negotiations. Plus, how the 1990 Yankees helped create the dynasty to come.
The guys wonder just how genuine Drew Brees' apology really was and whether or not he even needed to do it in the first place. Plus, the top 5 game shows of all time.
The guys react to Drew Brees' comments about taking a knee during the national anthem. Plus, Will Michael's dominance in "Last One Standing" continue??
Bomani Jones the guys to share his perspective of all that has transpired over the last week including the protests, Drew Brees' comments, Vic Fangio's comments and more.
Trey Wingo joins the guys to share his thoughts on Drew Brees' comments regarding the flag.
Michael reveals his list of great World Series games, Don has a not-so-proud moment in "Last One Standing," we hear about the La Greca marriage proposal in "Tales from the Crib" and more!
Rutgers Head Coach Greg Schiano joins the guys to discuss the team's video on racial inequality. Plus, how college football has been impacted by the pandemic.
Mike Breen joins the guys to speak from the heart and share his thoughts on what we're seeing American society right now.
The guys discuss a difficult weekend in America and how we can begin to come together. Plus, a Kenny Albert cameo in "Last One Standing" and another controversial Kay list.
Arizona State Head Coach and friend of the show, Herman Edwards, joins to share his thoughts on the events of the past few days and his perspective on racism in America.
Jeff Passan joins the guys to discuss the MLBPA's counter proposal to the owners and how it doesn't really get us much closer to a season.
On a special edition of E60, John Barr looks back on the Roy Halladay that most fans and teammates never knew. John joins the guys to talk about it...
The guys share their thoughts on the events of the past few days in Minneapolis as well as a possible NBA restart. Plus, the time Don nearly had his career ruined because he wandered out on to the field at Yankee Stadium...
Things aren't looking good between baseball players and owners and the NFL stalls on onside kick rule chances. Plus, Michael reveals his favorite MLB cities and his thoughts on giving second chances.
Buster Olney joins and tells the guys that the owners proposal to the players was darkest day in labor relations between the two since the '94 strike... Not good.
The guys take a look at where each sport is in their respective quests to return. Plus, it's a frustrating outing for Don in "Last One Standing."
Rangers President, John Davidson, talks about the NHL's return, how he assesses their goaltending situation, what he makes of baseball's messy negotiations and more.
Trey Wingo joins the guys to try and comfort Peter following Michael's blindside swipe. Plus, Trey's thoughts on baseball's public and ugly negotiations.
The President and GM of the NY Islanders, Lou Lamoriello, joins the guys to discuss the NHL's restart and how he feels about his team as they dive right into the playoffs.
The guys discuss a bad day in baseball but a good one in hockey. Plus, MICHAEL conducts the top 5 while DON gives his tale from the crib.
Dan Orlovsky performs a deep dive analysis of every pass Daniel Jones threw during his rookie season. Dan joins us to share some of his conclusions.
Anita Marks sits in for the guys on Memorial Day and breaks down The Match Pt. II, the MLB labor dispute, the future of the Jets and Giants, and the return of sports.
The guys discuss how the Jets should handle Jamal Adams' contract. Plus, Don honors Michael in his daily top 5 and the Kayster gives us TWO stories in Tales from the Crib.
Brian Anderson will be on the call of this Sunday's Tiger/Peyton-Phil/Brady golf match. He joins the guys to preview it and talk about the health precautions being taken.
Legendary GM Bill Polian joins the guys to discuss his new podcast. Plus, his thoughts on how NY should handle Jamal Adams and what he thinks of changes to the Rooney Rule.
Michael has a problem with Don's list... and Don agrees??? Plus, is it ok to not know how to spell "Worcester, MA?"
On Wednesday's show, the guys discuss the continuing public battle between the MLB players and owners. Plus, Alan Hahn lets Don down once more but calls in to explain himself.
Trey Wingo joins the guys talking about Michael Jordan's new "flu game" story, possible changes to the Rooney Rule and much more.
The guys discuss whether or not they believe Jordan's food poisoning story. Plus, Michael reveals his inner-tyrant in a stunning "Tales from the Crib."
On the anniversary of the Yankees epic brawl vs Armando Benitez and the Orioles, Tino Martinez joins to share his memories of the fight.
Stephen A. Smith joins the guys to share his thoughts on "The Last Dance" and reveal the only player he's ever come across who was wired like Jordan.
Scott Burrell tells the guys what he thought of "The Last Dance" and what the nature of his relationship is with Michael Jordan today.
The guys discuss the final two episodes of "The Last Dance." Plus, Don's top 5 analysts of all time and Michael with kind of a gross "Tales from the Crib."
The Director of ESPN's "The Last Dance," Jason Hehir, joins the guys to discuss some of the tough decisions he made, how he feels about Jordan now, the music choices and more!
On Friday's show, the guys discuss the allegations around DeAndre Baker and what, if anything, it says about the Giants. Plus, a truly memorable Tales From the Crib.
Jordan Raanan talks about DeAndre Baker's legal trouble and shares some interesting stories about his, let's just call it "questionable" work ethic.
Blake Snell makes his feelings known on player paycuts, Don gives his top 5 MLB broadcast booths of all time and Michael has some interesting Centerstage behind-the-scenes info.
Jon Sciambi joins the guys to talk about calling Korean baseball games, what he made of Blake Snell's comments, if his work schedule bothers his neighbors and more.
The guys discuss Michael's report that there is some optimism over whether or not we'll have a baseball season. Plus, Don's top 5 NFL broadcast booths of all time.
Trey Wingo joins the guys and tries to guess ESPN's top 10 NBA players of all time. Plus, the guys all discuss the way in which Michael Jordan bullied some teammates.
The guys discuss the growing battle between MLB's players and owners. Plus, the top 5 Frank Costanza episodes in Seinfeld history.
David Cone was extremely involved with the MLBPA back during the strike year of 1994 and he joins to share his insight on how THESE negotiations might go.
Adrian Wojnarowski joins the guys to discuss the poll being taken of NBA players regarding whether or not they want to continue the season.
On Monday's show, the guys look at Episodes 7 and 8 of "The Last Dance" and discuss the unfair perception that Michael Jordan failed at baseball. Plus, Don's top 5 NY sports conspiracies.
The guys check in with Sam Darnold to get his take on the Jets offseason, what he thinks of possibly playing in an empty stadium, how he feels about Brady leaving the division and more.
On Friday's show, the guys discuss the release of the NFL schedules. Plus, of the 3 NY titles won in '69-'70 (Mets, Jets and Knicks), which one was the biggest?
Marv Albert joins the guys to take a stroll down memory lane and reflect on the 50th anniversary of the Knicks first title. Plus, Marv's thoughts on "The Last Dance."
The guys discuss a brewing battle between the MLB players and owners. Plus, Don really goes for it with today's list as he presents his top 5 QB's of all time.
Jeff Passan joins the guys to discuss when he thinks baseball could return and how he thinks the financial battle between the players and owners will play out.
Walt Frazier joins the guys to discuss the 50th anniversary of the team's first championship.
On Wednesday's show, the guys discuss whether or not Michael Jordan broke the player's code. Plus, could the NBA use this moment to shift their schedule altogether?
On the anniversary of Darryl Strawberry breaking into the big leagues, he joins the guys to reflect on getting called up to the Mets. Plus, why he believes the '86 Mets were better than the '98 Yankees.
Trey Wingo joins the guys to share his thoughts on Dallas signing Dalton, bat flipping in South Korea and Michael never seeing a Star Wars movie.
Bat flipping in the Korean Baseball league is basically an art-form, so why is it still such a big deal here? Plus Don's top 5 coaches without a Super Bowl ring.
John Starks joins the guys to share his thoughts on the most recent episode of "The Last Dance" and to reflect on the Knicks rivalry with Jordan's Bulls.
Ariel Helwani joins the guys to discuss Mike Tyson's latest workout video and whether or not he could actually be training for a comeback.
The guys discuss the life of Don Shula in the wake of his passing at age 90. Plus, recapping episodes 5 and 6 of "The Last Dance," and Don's subtle shade at Michael's tale from the crib.
Joe Namath talks about his friendship with Don Shula in the wake of Shula's passing. Plus, Joe discusses Brady going to Tampa compared with his decision to leave NY for LA.
On Friday's show, the guys discuss what it might take for the NBA to return. Plus, Don's top 5 father/son duos in sports.
MLB agent Scott Boras joins the guys to share his viewpoint on whether or not we'll see baseball this year. Plus, what he's hearing about possible vaccine advancements.
Tonight at 7:30, ESPN's Stephania Bell will bring us an hour long special on Alex Smith's terrible leg injury and his difficult road to recovery. Stephania joins the guys to talk about it...
Kevin Kernan joins the guys to look back on his career in journalism and to share his message for young writers looking to break through.
LeBron says the NBA should absolutely resume when it's safe, but does everyone agree? Plus, Don's top 5 NY General Managers and Michael's aggressiveness paying off in Tales from The Crib
Longtime MSG Director Howie Singer joins the show to share his experience of what it was like battling the Coronavirus.
Mike Breen joins the guys to talk about the NBA's uncertain future. Plus, his reflections on "Linsanity" and whether or not it could have worked if Carmelo Anthony agreed to change.
Kevin Durant's business partner, Rich Kleiman, talks about the Coronavirus' impact on sports, if KD would consider returning when the league resumes and much more...
Dr. Anthony Fauci expresses some skepticism over the possibility of sports returning in 2020. Plus, Don's top 5 standup comedians of all time.
The Governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, joins the show to share the latest news pertaining to the Coronavirus and whether or not sports might be able to resume in his state.
Trey Wingo hosted this year's NFL Draft; he joins to talk about all of the behind-the-scenes work that went into it, what he thought of the Jets and Giants picks and to provide an update on how Todd McShay is doing.
The guys discuss some possible adjustments to the NFL season, their interview with Joe Judge, whether it's ok to spoil Sopranos storylines and more.
Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa join the show to discuss their new podcast, "Talking Sopranos." And we answer once and for all whether or not Michael is a bad guy for revealing spoilers.
HBO's Bryant Gumbel joins the guys to discuss the 25th anniversary of Real Sports. Plus, his thoughts on if we'll see sports in the year 2020.
Giants HC Joe Judge joins The Michael Kay Show on 98.7FM ESPN New York to reflect on his first draft with the team and explains how he's trying to keep expectations in check.
On Monday's show, the guys look back on the Jets and Giants' drafts, discuss episodes 3 and 4 of "The Last Dance" and much more.
Jets GM Joe Douglas joins the guys to discuss what this draft was like as opposed to more conventional drafts. Plus, he shares their thinking on each pick and whether or not they considered trading for Hopkins or Williams.
On Friday's show, the guys discuss both New York 1st round picks, the uncertain future of Aaron Rodgers, Don's 5 greatest NY O-Linemen of all time and more.
The Giants used the 4th pick to take OT Andrew Thomas. He joined the guys to talk about the differences between playing RT and LT, his love of music and more.
The newest Jet, Mekhi Becton, talks with the guys about his excitement over becoming a Jet. Plus, he addresses questions over his flagged drug test at the combine.
On Thursday's show, the guys get you ready for the 2020 NFL Draft. Plus, the biggest #1 pick draft busts of the past 25 years and that time Michael's dad made him fight someone.
Mark Sanchez joins the guys to break down the QB's in the upcoming draft. Plus, why Mark can personally relate to Tua's decision to leave college for the NFL.
What position and what player should the Jets target in the draft? Marty Lyons joins to share his thoughts.
The guys react to Commissioner Manfred handing down the Red Sox punishment. Plus, the top 5 Giants draft busts in the 2000's.
In a wide ranging interview, Bob Costas debates Don over whether or not Mickey Mantle would be dominant today, discusses Michael Jordan, tells if there will be sports this year and much more.
Trey Wingo joins the guys to help preview the 2020 NFL Draft and share his thoughts on the decisions that both New York teams are faced with.
Mike Tannenbaum joins the guys to discuss this year's NFL Draft and to take us behind-the-scenes on what this event is like for the league's general managers.
Jon Pessah has a new book out about one of the most fascinating Yankees of all time. It's called "Yogi: A Life Behind the Mask."